Open/close side menu


Here you will find all our episodes.  Each one is a standalone story, so dip in and out as much as you like!  You can also filter by tags below which will probably become more useful as time goes on!

Filter by Tags: Bird Princess Grimm Fairy Tale folk tale Moral Snow White Wolf Jack Japan sandman cinderella ghosts Forest

14: Little Brother & Little Sister

When two children run away from their nasty stepmother, little do they realise that she is a witch. Soon the brother is turned into a deer and his sister must find a new place for them to live.

13: The Boy Who Looked for Fear

A particular favourite of mine, this is my adaptation of the story of the boy who only wished to know what it was to shudder with fear.

12: Cap O'Rushes & The Smallest Elfen

Cap O'Rushes is one of many tales along the lines of Cinderella, but rather nicer! And The Smallest Elfen and the Big Fish is one from me!

11: The Tale of Ole Lukøje

Hans Christian Andersen's fun tale about Ole Lukøje and the fabulous dreams he brings to little Hjalmar. This classic danish folk tale is Andersen's take on the old story of the Sandman.

10: The Tongue-Cut Sparrow

The famous Japanese folktale about the little sparrow who had her tongue cut out by an evil old woman. A tale of love and greed!

9: The Little Match Girl

Two stories on this episode. The Little Match Girl is the famous tale by Hans Christian Andersen. And also, a story by me! The Fox and the Dove from Aelwen Jones and The Svarttroll Army.

8: Jack and the Beanstalk

It is a long way up a beanstalk, so by the time Jack found the Ogre's house, he was famished. The trouble was, so was the ogre. A new adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk.

7: Little Red Cap

The story of Little Red Cap, better known as Little Red Riding Hood. A brand new adaptation based on the version from the Brothers Grimm, plus a morality poem from Charles Perrault.

6: Hansel and Gretel

When two children are abandoned in a dark forest, they wander lost and scared until they find a wonderful cottage made of bread and sugar. But the old woman who owns it has only one plan - dinner!

5: Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree

Do you like tales of envy? This is one of several stories that fit the Snow White model. This one is from Scotland and has a particularly nasty mother!

4: Thumbelina

This is such a beautiful story from the pen of Hans Christian Andersen. It is gentler than many, but is one of those that you can love whatever age you are.

3: Cinderella

With Panto season here, I thought I would chose a particularly gruesome little tale. The story of the lonely girl who slept in the ashes. Cinderella!